Pete Buttigieg Accused Of Plagiarizing Obama Speech

Some liberals have compared Pete Buttigieg to former President Obama.

Now that is happening again but not in a good way.

Mayor Pete is being accused of plagiarizing an Obama speech.

The Daily Dot reports:

Did Pete Buttigieg seriously just rip off a famous Obama speech?

Former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is being accused of plagiarizing an iconic campaign speech given by former President Barack Obama.

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“If we can light up a high school gym—we can light a neighborhood. If we can light up a neighborhood—we can light a city. If we can light up a city—we can light up our country,” Buttigieg tweeted on Saturday.

See the tweets below:

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The Daily Dot lays out the Obama speech:

Obama’s speech originated in 2008 during his first presidential campaign.

“One voice can change the room. And if the voice can change a room, it can change a city. And if it can change a city, it can change a state. And if it can change a state, it can change a nation. And if it can change the nation, it can change the world,” Obama would say at the time while on the campaign trail. “Are you fired up? Ready to go! Fired up, ready to go.”

People have noticed:

But it gets even worse. Watch this:

Will his rivals call him out for this?


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